Matthew Burke

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Cornell University
Department of Computer Science
matthelb [at] cs [dot] cornell [dot] edu

I am a third year PhD student in the Computer Science department at Cornell.

I am advised by Professor Lorenzo Alvisi as a member of the Theory Meets Practice group. My research interests are in building fault-tolerant, scalable, geo-replicated distributed systems.

As an undergraduate student at the University of Southern California, I was lucky to be advised by Professor Wyatt Lloyd as a member of the Networked Systems Laboratory.


News

(Dec. '19) TUPAQ was accepted to NSDI'20!
(May '19) Received Outstanding Teaching Assistant award for CS 4410 in Spring 2019!
(Jul. '18) Obladi was accepted to OSDI'18!

Publications

[DBLP][Google Scholar]

Teaching

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Collaborators

I am fortunate to have worked with several awesome mentors and mentees (affiliation at time of most recent collaboration shown in parentheses).

Mentors

Mentees


Other Interests

In my free time, I play and coach ultimate frisbee. I also enjoy hiking, camping, and backpacking, especially in the deserts of southwestern North America.